Austin Recovery Network is a nonprofit addiction treatment and support system of care.

Our Mission

Austin Recovery Network’s mission is to provide a network of compassionate, community-based, person-centered care to those impacted by substance use disorders, regardless of race, gender, age or station… because EVERYONE is worthy of recovery.

Austin Recovery Network brings together multiple recovery service programs into one collaborative and integrated network.

Our Family of Recovery Programs

University High School and Keystone Alternative Peer Group are youth service providers that empower students, young people and emerging adults and their families with early access to recovery and recovery support. University High School is a sober high school and Keystone APG gives youth and emerging adults a fun and safe environment for peer support and accountability.
Family House is a residential treatment center for pregnant women and mothers with children under 6. Family House was created to provide a safe space for these children while women move into recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and receive parenting education.
Austin Recovery Outpatient Services are individualized recovery programs for men and women seeking outpatient treatment. Intensive Outpatient Programming is offered in a Women’s group as well as a Co-Ed group setting and each participant receives multiple individual therapy sessions within our certified dual-diagnosis treatment center.
Austin Recovery’s Alumni organization is a community of people living vibrantly in recovery, whose lives have been forever changed by treatment from the Austin Recovery Network.

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